True, but maybe I'm a little conservative when it comes to computers overruling people without any human control. And that might seem strange since I'm working at a software company . I'd prefer if:jaimevisser wrote:Also, people make mistakes, even us godly editors . It might not be the right approach but having waze users try illegal stuff confirms (or refutes) assumptions that have been input by map editors.
- it doesn't encourage illegal behavior, so no instructions for illegal turns, no matter what.
- it records any movement (which it already does) and if it detects something strange (many people ignoring turn/direction restrictions) it notifies the AM to check and confirm.